GEP launches low-code platform GEP Quantum

27 October 2023 1 min. read

GEP, a Clark, NJ-headquartered supply chain technology and advisory firm, yesterday announced the launch of GEP Quantum, an AI-first, low-code platform for procurement and supply chain.

The new platform utilizes generative AI and advanced data management technologies and empowers non-technical users with a no/low-code development framework.

Quantum will now support all of GEP’s work process apps, including GEP Smart, a source-to-pay procurement app; GEP Nexxe, a supply chain visibility and collaboration app; and GEP Green, a sustainability-focused app.GEP launches low-code platform GEP Quantum“GEP QUANTUM, which powers all the GEP work process applications, will be the leading platform for innovation in sustainability, procurement and supply chain in the years to come. It enables our clients to accomplish the holy grail — to optimize costs, mitigate risk, and achieve sustainability goals,” said Santosh Nair, chief product officer, GEP.

Quantum was unveiled at GEP Innovate 2023, the company’s ninth annual conference that brings together leading experts in supply chain and digital transformation. Speakers at the event included leaders from clients such as Walmart, AT&T, and Bayer.

GEP provides software, consulting, and managed services in procurement and supply chain. The firm has 5000+ employees and 27 offices and delivery centers globally supporting 550+ companies. GEP’s clients include leading firms such as Siemens, Macy’s, and Radisson.